Water Water Everywhere #173 – Aria Force


I really can’t believe it was nearly six years since we spent a few days in Cumbria. I loved the scenery, the ruggedness of the mountains and hidden gems that we found within the countryside.

A photograph of a stream running through Aria Force in Cumbria

One of the hidden gems we discovered was Aria Force. Aria Force is a 65 ft waterfall located in the Lake District National Park. This natural marvel is situated in the Whinlatter Forest, near Keswick.

The journey to the waterfall is a moderate hike through the scenic forest, with well-maintained pathways and wooden footbridges. It takes roughly 15 minutes to reach the waterfall, which we didn’t manage to get too…but we did however capture, the stream as it rolled over the rocks towards the lake.

The view of Aria Force is breathtaking. The water cascades down the rocky ledge, creating a picturesque scene. It’s truly spectacular to see the force of nature at work as the water tumbles down with such force.

Aria Force is not just a stunning natural attraction but also a place of relaxation and tranquillity. We sat on the rocks, enjoying the peace and quiet, and reflected on how incredible nature is.

Overall, Aria Force is a must-visit for nature lovers and anyone who appreciates the beauty of waterfalls. The hike through the forest is pleasant, and the waterfall is simply stunning. So if you want to experience a peaceful and serene atmosphere, add Aria Force to your list of places to visit in Cumbria.

Posted as Part of Jez’s Water Water Everywhere Photography challenge.

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25 responses to “Water Water Everywhere #173 – Aria Force”

  1. A very beautiful view, Bren! I’m glad that you use Feet, not Metric.

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    1. Weights and measurements I always use feet and inches. Then he has to convert the measurements as everything is sold in metric now. xx

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      1. Uhg, I strongly dislike the metric system. We don’t use it here except for certain things. I don’t see any advantage to the metric system.

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        1. Other than it’s easier for those of us who are numerically challenged!

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          1. The metric is too complicated, there is no need for the tiny increments.

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          2. It depends what you’re measuring. Being of a certain age, I tend to talk in miles, feet and inches, pounds and ounces, but I calculate exclusively in metric.

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          3. Yep the decimal side for money is easy to use… but anything other than money, I’m imperial xx

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          4. It is when he asks me for measurements, it’s normally 9cm and a couple of little bits xx

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          5. Thank you so much, I don’t feel alone now ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ xx

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          6. The Imperial system I think it’s called is better. ๐Ÿ˜‚

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          7. Money wise, I find decimal currency easier.

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  2. What a lovely discovery. I don’t know it at all, but I’m not surprised it sticks in your mind.

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    1. It was lovely there xx

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  3. Love your photo of the stream and woods, something I really enjoy. I am sure the waterfall was very impressive.

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    1. We didn’t make it that far…but what I’ve seen in other people’s photos, it looks so beautiful xx

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  4. Oh what a gorgeous place to walk or sit and just breathe and take in the beauty ๐Ÿ˜€

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    1. Thank you Cee… it is lovely there xx

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  5. Such a beautiful view, Bren ๐Ÿ‘ Always enjoy the scenery around Keswick ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

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    1. It is beautiful there xx

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